The Impact of the Beef Industry in the Southern Ogallala Region

Type
Publication
Date of Publication
December 7, 2021
Price
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Overview

This 13-page publication explains the impact of the beef industry on the water supplies and economy of the Southern Ogallala Region.

More than 36 percent of the fed beef produced annually in the United States comes from a concentration of feedlot operations from Southwest Kansas through the Texas High Plains. This publication explains the impact of the beef industry on the water supplies and economy of the Southern Ogallala Region. (13 pages)

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